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Built in Miami and sold factory-direct, the semi-custom Marlin 350 was among the biggest center console fishing boats of her era. Construction was state-of-the-art, and the sleek, low-profile lines of the Marlin 350 continue to impress today. She was available in two configurations; the Cuddy version has a V-berth and electric head in the lockable cabin, and the Open Bow layout (starting in 1998) has a standup head/shower in the console. Standard features included an integrated swim platform, 50-gallon livewell, bait prep station, dual leaning post with backrest, insulated in-deck fish boxes (2), tackle drawers, fresh/raw-water washdowns, cockpit bolsters, cockpit rod storage, tubular radar arch, low-profile bow rails, trim tabs, forward console seat, pop-up cleats, and gunnel rod holders. Note the port/starboard jump seats forward on the console. A rear bench seat was optional. Fit and finish of the Marlin 350 is second to none. A fuel-efficient boat thanks to her light weight, the Marlin will hit a top speed in excess of 40 knots with twin 250hp Mercury outboards. Single-diesel and jet-drive power systems were also available.
Overview Feature-rich cuddy built to high standards is agile, fast, ready for action.
Features Semicustom boat can be factory-built to customer specs. Standard version features cushioned bow seating, 50-gallon livewell, bait-prep center, deluxe two-person helm seat, in-deck fishboxes, pop-up cleats, forward console seat, walk-in console head compartment. Large dash can handle several big-screen electronics displays. No-frills cuddy with deck hatch has V-berth, rod storage,
Comments Wide walkways provide good fishability.
Performance Mercury 250s deliver 45 knots max.